PESHAWAR - Parents of survived students of Army Public School (APS) Peshawar have expressed annoyance over the government apathy towards acceptance of their demands, and warned to take extreme step if their demands were not met before December 16 next.

While speaking at a news conference at Peshawar Press Club on Saturday, President Army Public School Ghazi Forum, Akbar Khan said federal and provincial governments didn't pay heed to fulfil their demands, which created unrest among the respective families who lost their beloved ones in the gruesome terrorist attack.

He said the forum did request the KP chief minister, ministers for education and health minister to meet with the Forum members to address their concerns but they didn't give any response.

Khan further said the compensation amount is insufficient to bear huge expenses of medical treatment of injured students of APS.

"We demanded to carryout lifetime free medical treatment of victims children of APS attack," he asked.

He also said that certificate to terrorism victims of APS children should be issued aimed to get employment opportunities on priority basis on the completion of their study.

"It is of dire need to carryout psychological treatment of the APS survived students," he said.

The APS Ghazi Forum president criticized the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for failing to address grievances of families of APS martyred and injured students.

Flanked by the Forum Vice President Saeed Karim, Syed Ejaz Ali Shah, and Ziauddin, and parents of injured APS students, he said that government did not fulfil even a single demand, which created unrest among the victim families.

"We demand free higher education facility to surviving students of APS from professional colleges and universities," they said.

The medical treatment should be carried out abroad, he demanded.

Akbar Khan also demanded to probe the funds given by foreign countries and philanthropists in the name of martyred and injured students of APS.

He praised the security forces role in restoration of peace and expressed sympathy with victim families of Army Public School.